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Manage Microsoft IP ranges using FMC

michael18
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Is it possible to auto manage Microsoft IP ranges from FMC and apply to managed devices in an acl.

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Milos_Jovanovic
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Hi @michael18,

Starting from v7.0 of FTD SW, you can use dynamic objects. You can find closer description of this feature in release notes. For this, you'll need to deply Dynamic Attribute Connector, which on one hande is picking up dynamic IPs from providers (e.g. O365, or VMware), and on other feeding that info to FMC/FTD. You can find more info about DAC here, where you can also see supported platforms and how to integrate it.

Kind regards,

Milos

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Milos_Jovanovic
VIP Engager VIP Engager
VIP Engager

Hi @michael18,

Starting from v7.0 of FTD SW, you can use dynamic objects. You can find closer description of this feature in release notes. For this, you'll need to deply Dynamic Attribute Connector, which on one hande is picking up dynamic IPs from providers (e.g. O365, or VMware), and on other feeding that info to FMC/FTD. You can find more info about DAC here, where you can also see supported platforms and how to integrate it.

Kind regards,

Milos

michael18
Beginner
Beginner

Hi Milos

that looks like what im looking for. I'll have a look through the documents and give it a try.

Thanks very much for your response. I really appreciate it.

 

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